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18 January 2018

Bees Gone Wild [Scientific American]

Feral honeybees pose a danger to native bees and the ecosystems that depend on them.

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17 January 2018

Named after Stanley Kubrick, a new species of frog is a ’clockwork orange’ of nature [Phys]

Two new treefrog species were discovered in the Amazon Basin of Bolivia, Peru, and Brazil. Both had been previously misidentified as another superficially identical species.

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17 January 2018

Plan to remove hen harrier chicks and raise them in captivity dismissed as ’nonsense’ [The Guardian]

Conservationists say government scheme, aimed at placating grouse moor land owners who object to the birds breeding on their land, will not boost numbers of the endangered birds.

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16 January 2018

Could biodiversity destruction lead to a global tipping point? [The Guardian]

We are destroying the world’s biodiversity. Yet debate has erupted over just what this means for the planet – and us.

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15 January 2018

En cas d’infection, ces fourmis se comportent comme les cellules du système immunitaire [Sciences & Avenir - Animaux]

Des chercheurs ont montré que les fourmis Lasius neglectus sont capables de se comporter comme des cellules du système immunitaire : elles ciblent les spécimens malades et les tuent afin d’éviter la propagation d’un pathogène.

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